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Mechanical Engineering

Field of studies
Professional Bachelor of Engineering Sciences
Form and duration
Full-time (3 years)
Lithuanian language
Programme code

Why study this programme?

Graduates of the study programme in mechanical engineering will be able to work in various companies as engineers for the development, improvement and operation of mechanical and mechatronic systems, as well as designers of metal products and computerized production processes.

Study environment

The study programme provides the opportunity to independently supervise, design, develop, construct mechanical, electromechanical and robot systems. During studies they acquire ability to use spatial design systems, programming and maintain of mechatronic system controllers and CNC equipment. The study programme focuses on acquiring practical skills to ensure high operation quality of production and technological processes.


Mechanical engineering study programme graduates work as mechanical, electromechanical, robotic and automated mechanical systems operators, technicians, engineers, and designers. After acquiring experience, graduates will be able to take lead work or set up their own businesses and create jobs.

Contact person

Daiva Stanelytė Head of Engineering and Informatics Department

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Goal of the program

The objective of Mechanical engineering study programme is to prepare high-qualified competitive mechanical engineers who are able to solve complex problems of technological equipment and mechatronic systems, design, modernization and maintenance.


Study subjects (126 credits): Professional Communication, Professional Foreign Language, Basics of Management, Applied Research Methodology, Economics, Project Management, Physics, Informatics, Materials Science, Theoretical Mechanics, Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Graphics, Environmental and Human Safety, Materials Strength, Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Technical Thermodynamics, Measurements, Machine Elements and Mechanisms, Pneumatic Actuators, Hydraulic Machines, Material Manufacturing Processes, Robotics, Technological Equipment, Electrical Drives, Automation of Technological Systems, Sensors, Technological Transport, Robotic Cells, Programmable Logic Controllers, Robot Programming, Computer-aided Manufacturing Design, Technical Maintenance of Equipment.

Study results

1. Knows the general laws and laws of life sciences and mathematics required to understand the fundamentals in the field of electrical and electronic engineering.
2. Understands the fundamental theoretical and applied foundations and concepts of mechanical engineering.
3. Understands the context of adjacent study fields and their solutions.
4. Is able to analyze mechanical engineering problems independently, analyze engineering tasks, build, upgrade and operate equipment.
5. Is able to analyze the sources of engineering information by designing, modernizing, manufacturing and managing, making motivated decisions, testing and operating the equipment.
6. Is able to design mechanical and mechatronic systems by selecting standard mechanical, electronic and other elements using computerized information systems.
7. Is able to conduct experimental and applied research using laboratory and software and formulate conclusions.
8. Is able to organize maintenance of mechanisms and machines, taking into account quality, environment and fire safety requirements.
9. Is able to solve mechanical engineering tasks by developing tools and equipment to implement these solutions.
10. Is able to make creative and responsible engineering decisions both independently and in a team, taking into account their impact on society and the environment, respecting professional ethics and engineering standards, informing the engineering community and the general public.
11. Is able to plan, organize a learning process independently, learn and advance in one‘s personal life and chosen career.







Lithuanian language and literature


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